Billy and Pancho

Hurricane Gustav hit Houma, Louisiana, in September of 2008. Among those working on the cleanup were two men who forged an unlikely friendship. Billy was a tree cutter from Arkansas, Pancho a laborer from Honduras. Divided by language, they found a way of communicating. Then a tragic accident left unanswered questions. A journey to Honduras answered many of those questions and changed lives. More

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Words: 34,650
Language: American English
ISBN: 9781301419302
About Jon Paul Olivier

Jon Paul Olivier lives in south Louisiana with his wife and two children. He was blessed with opportunities to travel starting at a very young age. He has watched others struggling to fit in as well as been that person trying to fit in. Along the way, he has looked for the little details, the things in the background, that make stories real. In time, encouraged to write down the stories he told, he started writing tales inspired by his travels and by the people he met along the way. He is grateful that his family puts up with the hours he spends writing.

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